Hotel Andaluz, Southwestern Luxury In The Grand Tradition
The words luxury and Albuquerque are not often used in the same sentence. Albuquerque offers a relaxed lifestyle without the pomp and circumstance. However, when you do want luxury, the Hotel Andaluz offers it in the grand tradition with a southwestern accent.
The Hotel Andaluz has a history as distinguished as Albuquerque itself. Built in 1936 by famed hotelier Conrad Hilton, it was given a sumptuous and stylish rebirth in 2009 by its current owner Gary Goodman.
With refined Moroccan and Spanish Colonial design influences gracing its lobby, The Hotel Andaluz makes a bold statement that has earned Conde Nast Reader’s Choice recognition as one of the Top 5 Hotels in the Southwest.
The Hotel Andaluz offers spacious guestrooms featuring cool desert colors accented by warm earth tones compliment polished wood decor and rich stone surfaces. Allergen-free carpeting, custom luxury bedding, and goose down comforters are just a few of the 5-star amenities provided for your comfort.
Whether you prefer a refreshing drink on the rooftop patio bar or fine contemporary dining, Hotel Andaluz indulges your every whim.
This is the hotel I recommend when my guests want to be pampered in grand style. It is ideally located in the heart of downtown Albuquerque, making it the perfect hub for touring Albuquerque and nearby Santa Fe. You are minutes away from Old Town, Nob Hill, and many of Albuquerque’s most celebrated attractions. Plus, it is not nearly as expensive as the 5-star hotels in nearby Santa Fe. Highly recommended!